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Rio Olympics: Usain Bolt dances with scantily dressed Samba dancers as he hosts press conference (photos)

On the eve of his attempt to win a third treble of Olympic sprint Gold medal titles of 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay, Usain Bolt decided that the best way to grab the media attention ahead of his press conference was to dance with scantily dressed Samba dancers..and yes he did it.
Bolt, one of the few athletes to still maintain a clean slate when it comes to drug use, danced on stage on Monday night alongside Omar McLoed as he encouraged fans to buy tickets as he prepares to win gold medals just like he did in Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympics.
In a press conference at the Cidade Das Artes, and showed live back in his country Jamaica, Bolt, 29, said;
In life nothing is guaranteed, But I never worry about that. That is down to WADA and IOC to deal with. I go to compete and wow the crowds. But I think the sport is going in the right direction. We are weeding out the bad ones. That is why people should have faith. We have to go through the bad times to get to the good times. I believe it will be a clean sport in a few years.
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